The Addington's Dangerous Game
- Black Bear Lodge: In basement of lodge, on holotape stereo.
Carl Addington: Well, another hunting season comes to a close. I guess we should starting (start) packing up the lodge.
Westley Addington: Yes, I suppose it is. (Yes, I suppose we should).
Carl Addington: What's the problem? This was a great season.
Westley Addington: I know. It's just, well, it's getting quite boring. We hunt the same thing, every year.
Carl Addington: Oh my god, then what do you want? If you have something to say, then spit it out already!
Westley Addington: All right. Before you judge, hear me out. What if we hunted something new? Something that was a real challenge for a change. Something that could fight back. We circulate an advertisement offering a free weekend at the lodge. People will have no idea what they're really getting into. It's perfect!
Carl Addington: Wait. Are you talking about hunting... humans?
Westley Addington: Oh, don't act so surprised. You know it makes sense. I can see it on your face.
Carl Addington: Do you really think we can get away with it?
Westley Addington: With our wealth, dear brother, we can get away with anything.
Note: The first two lines have dialogue that does not match the subtitles. The audio differences are listed in parenthesis.